Theo will be attending Johns Hopkins University in the fall and will be majoring in mechanical engineering with a potential minor in electrical engineering. This school year Theo was the varsity tennis team captain, math team president, and wind ensemble president. Theo feels blessed by all of the wonderful things the Lourdes teachers and staff have done for him. Although he is disappointed that his last tennis season was cut short, he is thankful for all the opportunities the team has given him in the past.
A word to his classmates: “Hey guys, I know it’s a tough time, but we’ll get through this together. Thank you so much for everything, and I’ll see you all before you know it!”
Adrian will be attending Cornell University in the fall, where he plans to major in Applied Economics and Management and pursue a minor in Infectious Diseases. Over the past four years at Lourdes, Adrian has been highly involved in the National Honor Society, Ski Club, tutoring chemistry students, and helping Mrs. Cuccia collect eels for the Department of Environmental Conservation. In his summers, he has dedicated many hours to the Cary Institute Eco Discovery Camp as a counselor and served as a volunteer researcher for the Tick Project, a research study investigating the effects of fungicides on black-legged ticks. Adrian is also an active parishioner at Saint Denis Church, where he works as a sacristan. In his free time, Adrian loves to hike, fish, play video games, hangout with his friends, and flip college textbooks online through his business.
A word to his classmates and teachers: “Thank you all for a memorable four years at Lourdes! I wish you luck in your endeavors and hopefully we can meet again soon!”